Why Some Nebraska Students Now Have to Give Their Fingerprints in the Lunch Line
Students at two schools in Nebraska no longer have to worry about losing their school lunch identification cards. All they need to pay for their lunch are their fingers.
Westside High School and Middle School introduced the new $55,000 biometric technology for the school lunch program Tuesday. Before that, students were issued ID cards that allowed them to pay for lunch but it sometimes took students a lot of time to get them out of their pockets while holding their lunch trays at the same time. In addition, they were often lost or left at home, Diane Zipay of Westside Nutrition Services said.
“I cannot tell you how hyped up I am at this note my friend Linda received today from her child’s school.
Her child has to have DOCTORS NOTE to send a packed lunch to school.
And does anyone notice the irony in the “health coordinator” and enforcement of no bagged lunches?”. . .
“So I suppose that sending a note that says “I choose to skip the GMO’s in the lunches you serve for a more balanced and safe diet as the parent of this child” doesn’t suffice?” . . . Read Complet report
Featured Image: Whitney Brothers Quartet in the 1908 silent movie “The Little Red Drum” (Public-Domain). FOR ILLUSTRATION ONLY of the age old American youth playing “cowboy”. Obliviously a thing of the past and totally politically incorrect. Shame! Shame! or should that be “Shane! Shane!” (man we need some heroes bad). . . . EDITOR
Excerpt: “The mother said the principal told her that if the cap gun had been loaded with caps, it would have been deemed an explosive and police would have been called in.”
A five-year-old Maryland boy was interrogated until he wet himself and suspended for 10 days after school officials caught with playing with a “cowboy-style cap gun,” the Washington Post reports, citing the child’s family and lawyer.
School officials interrogated the boy for two whole hours until he “uncharacteristically” wet his pants, the boy’s mother said. . . . Read Complete Report
NaturalNews) What you are about to read is astonishing. I’m not even sure what’s the right conclusion to draw from it. But here’s what we know so far:
John Noveske is one of the most celebrated battle rifle manufacturers in America. His rifles, found at www.NoveskeRifleworks.com are widely recognized as some of the finest pieces of American-made hardware ever created. (I own one of his rifles, and it’s a masterpiece of a machine that just keeps on running.) Sadly, John Noveske was killed in a mysterious car crash just a few days ago, on January 4, 2013. . . . Read Complete Report
Numerous Events Throughout President Obama’s First Term Have Been Patently Exploited to Destroy the Second Amendment “Under the Radar”
It should be painfully obvious that the gun grabbers — including the likes of President Obama, Senator Dianne Feinstein and Vice President Joe Biden, among many others — are not responding to the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting alone, but are using that terrible tragedy to implement a gun control agenda they have long ago planned, waiting for the right timing to achieve their aims.
Rahm Emanuel, Obama’s first Chief of Staff, famously said“You never want to a serious crisis go to waste. What I mean by that, is it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.” . . . Read Complete Report
For decades, public schools across the nation have amped up the police presence to combat the increased violence in the school system, but critics believe that the private prison industry is benefiting from the accompaniment of police in schools. The trend of random raids in the classroom has resulted in many students imprisoned for being in possession of drugs, but should these random raids continue or are they unconstitutional? Beau Hodai, investigative reporter for DBA Press, joins us with his take on the entrapment of America’s youth.
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A rebellion is developing in Texas against a plan by a school district in San Antonio that would monitor the exact location and activities of all students at all times through RFID chips they are being ordered to wear.
Katie Deolloz, a member of Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering, told WND today that parents and students from San Antonio’s Northside Independent School District confronted the school board last night, stating their concerns about privacy and other issues “clearly and passionately.” . . . Read Complete Report
Biometrics, the science of using machines to identify people by the features of their own bodies, is intruding further into families’ lives.
Some parents in Lake Charles, Louisiana, have been upset by a letter sent home with Moss Bluff Elementary School children about plans for a new school lunch program that will require children to have their hands scanned in the lunch line.